As web designers, we all are aware of the importance of CMSs. Simply put, a CMS helps in managing the website in an efficient manner. If you are running a photo gallery, a blog, a
news site or any similar website that requires constant updates, nothing beats the ease which a CMS such as WordPress or Drupal can offer you!
Therefore, modern day CMSs have made the otherwise-mundane task of running a website very simple. To quote from Typo3:
“If you can use a computer, you can manage the content for your website.”
However, oftentimes, in our bid to employ CMSs for website management, chances are that we might end up over-doing the use of CMSs. In this article, we discuss when to use, and when not to use a CMS.